WAG Shark Cartilage 200g

WAG Australia

Regular price $33.90 clearance sale

Shark Cartilage is the seafood dish your dog’s been dreaming of. Each bite is jam-packed with glucosamine and Omega Fatty Acids, encouraging a seriously healthy coat shine and soothing inflammation. Give the (fish) finger to treats that aren’t sustainable, grain-free and 100% single-ingredient - ‘cause ours sure are. 

The Benefits 

Get The Glow

For healthy skin and a shiny coat, seafood treats high in Omega-3 fatty acids and hypoallergenic properties are the way to go.

Sustainable Sourcing

Shark is ethically sourced in Queensland as a by-product of foods farmed in a fish-friendly way for human consumption. These by-products are left to waste — so we scoop 'em up to source natural treats for dogs.

Hypoallergenic

Natural, hypoallergenic and 100% tasty! Strong-smelling fish treats are a common tasty remedy for dogs with allergies.

Ingredients

100% Shark Cartilage

 

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min.) 50.9%

Crude Fat (Min.) 2.2%

Moisture (Max.) 12.0%

 

Size and Weights : 10cm – 20cm  / 10g – 30g

Country of Origin : Australia

 

Why does this treats smell so strong? Is this smell normal?

It's super normal — and better yet, dogs love it. Your dog’s sense of smell that actually provides the most information on exactly what they’re chowing down on. So that salty, fishy, tangy smell that makes us scrunch our nose up? It drives them dog-gone wild.

Are your shark products sustainably sourced?

Our shark products are ethically sourced in Queensland as a by-product of foods farmed in a fish-friendly way for human consumption but left to waste, a great way to source natural treats for dogs. We do not intentionally endanger the shark population and support water quality protection and conservation practices.

Our ethical sourcing process is important to us and we are confident in it and our supplier who is actively involved in these conservation practices.

I want to learn more about fishy treats!

If you want more information, read more about sustainable fishy treats at our blog, Dog Talk.